Arson is a very serious felony charge defined as illegally destroying or damaging a building or the property of another with explosives or fire willfully or during the commission of another felony. Arson is a second degree felony if the building was unoccupied and a first degree felony if it was occupied.
Arson is complex charge and heavily fact specific. Each aspect of your case could affect the charges and penalties that you face. If convicted, you stand to face a lengthy prison term and substantial fines, not to mention a criminal record that can seriously hamper your future employment prospects.